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Licensed since 1999 or so, I have only recently started on the HF bands. Primarily using the digital modes until recently when I installed a new antenna to do more SSB work. Made my first voice SSB contact on June 13, 2012 and we'll see how it goes from there.

You can see about my new antenna at my HF9V assembly and installationblog post.

A simple view of the little tripod on top of the house with a 20 metre dipole and 2m/70cm whip:

Lately, I've been using a little stack of radios beside my computers that looks a lot like this (there are 6 radios in this photo):

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